Varicose veins, diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease and urinary tract infections were associated with a greater likelihood of blood clots during pregnancy, a U.K. study found. A history of stillbirth was the risk factor with the greatest association with blood clots after delivery. Researchers analyzed 375,154 cases for the study.
Pre-existing conditions raise blood clot risk during pregnancy
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